“We are determined to take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path.” - United Nations


In 2015, a pledge was made at the United Nations by 193 heads of state to implement 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The United Nations Global Sustainability Index Institute (UNGSII) was created to assist and accelerate the implementation process.

In 2018, SolaVieve launched its partnership with UNGSII at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. 

We are working closely with UNGSII on the SDG Cities initiative.  In cooperation with UNSDSN, UNICEF, UNOPS, WHO, and other SDG-related Excellence Partners, this initiative is supporting 25 leading cities and 5 indigenous communities selected from across all continents to ensure full SDG implementation by 2025 is achieved.  Likewise, SolaVieve will work with other notable institutions to enable us to democratize lifestyle-focused health practices, while improving health literacy and outcomes throughout the world.  

Together we can realize our shared vision of a healthier and happier world.

"The New Standard in Health & Wellness"

SDG 3: Good health and well-being

Our focus is on prevention and lifestyle modifications, rather than unnecessary pharmaceuticals, invasive surgeries, and temporary detoxifications. Citizens, governments, and healthcare systems around the world are feeling the burden of preventable diseases and conditions, adversely affecting millions of lives while draining essential resources that could be redirected to other crucial development goals. One in two adults and nearly one in six children are overweight or obese in OECD countries with malnutrition rampant in developing countries. Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of mortality and mental health disorders are some of the largest and fastest growing diseases. We believe that prevention is better and cheaper than the cure; and so our goal is to address these conditions and more by offering and promoting a life of wellbeing, resulting in longer and healthier lives and flourishing communities.


SDG 4: Quality education

We are committed to advancing health and wellbeing education. We create environments and implement programs that promote a lifetime of learning, and seek to continually expand the knowledge base and increase the conscious decisions of our clients. We sift through the noise of misinformation in the market and focus on practical, personalized solutions. Moreover, we seek to share and disperse the repository of knowledge that we generate with the broader community, believing ultimately that everyone benefits from a greater social awareness of the value of health and wellbeing. Our emphasis is on creating and preserving life-long trusted relationships focused on individual empowerment, which we never compromise for the pursuit of short-term financial gain.


SDG 5 & SDG 10: Gender equality & reduced inequalities

The right to pursue vibrant good health is universal. We operate environments that balance the intellectual and intuitive pathways, embrace feminine leadership and sensibility, and strive to lead all, equally, toward wellbeing, regardless of age, gender, or socioeconomic background. Within our operations, there are no perceivable VIPs; billionaires and school teachers receive equal generosity. With every staff member capable of delivering transformative value, there is no distinct hierarchy of importance; the physician, the massage therapist, and the housekeeper are treated with equal respect and opportunity. We nurture the divine qualities in all while maintaining a universal perspective.

SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth

Our goal is to generate meaningful, purposeful, mission-driven work, while providing marketable wages and superior working conditions. We believe in decentralizing decisions to empower the most informed and capable staff to operate autonomously within their areas of expertise. We encourage and enable our staff to immerse themselves in our wellness lifestyle—professionally and personally. Our focus is on developing the capabilities of the individual as well as the collective, so that the value we create in our operations is shared by all.


SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Our integrative environments enable collaborations and innovations within and across health disciplines—breaking down traditional barriers. Our business structure creates a marketplace of healthy competition that ensures innovation and relevance pervades. Our creation of digital platforms and other communication technologies will facilitate an interactive flow of information and services between health professionals and clients—creating value within and beyond the four walls of our establishments for all socioeconomic classes.


SDG 11, SDG 13, SDG 14, SDG 15: Sustainable cities and communities, climate action, life below water and on land

We develop lifestyle communities centered around health and vitality, ensuring that all elements are designed and operated as components of a fully functional ecosystem. We are ever conscious of our impact on the planet and heighten the clients' and staff's awareness through education and experiences. We will actively lower our carbon footprint by designing and managing operations that use sustainable energy and materials, advanced waste management practices, and water and land conservation.


SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals

We are aware that we cannot do this alone, and will require strategic partnerships to advance the health and wellbeing of our planet and its inhabitants.